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  • Varus Vibiscus is to be credited: Contra Gracchos Tiberim habemus, Bibere

    Les Miserables

  • We must repeat: we, “men of science,” - as our predecessors in the Arab Middle Ages called themselves - non habemus locum manentem, sed quaerimus … (4) And, what concerns this matter: the fact that the new right-wing Germany does not tolerate us says nothing against the principles of the right.

    Balkinization

  • A parentibus habemus malum hunc assem, saith [1586] Pelezius, Nascitur una nobiscum, aliturque, 'tis propagated from Adam, Cain was melancholy, [1587] as Austin hath it, and who is not?

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ego arbitror in scholis stultissimos fieri, quia nihil eorum quae in usu habemus aut audiunt aut vident.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Nascitur nobiscum illa aliturque et una cum parentibus habemus malum hunc assem.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Difficile est nodum hunc expedire, eo quod nondum omnia quae huc pertinent explorata habemus: 'tis hard to determine: this only he proves, that we are in praecipuo mundi sinu, in the best place, best world, nearest the heart of the sun.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Argetocoxi Caledoni Reguli uxor, Juliae Augustae cum ipsam morderet quod inhoneste versaretur, respondet, nos cum optimis viris consuetudinem habemus; vos Romanas autem occulte passim homines constuprant.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Hi non sunt homines; sunt animalia qui nos habemus — vivisected.

    The Island of Doctor Moreau

  • Only by the consent of the peopel--same rabble that shouted: "Non habemus regem nisi caesarem," when confronted by Him--God Incarnate, mocked and spat upon.

    'Caesar's Divinity Is Showing Again'

  • Ex hoc nunc semel in hebdomada unum nuntium partitionis Germanicae in pagina domestica nostra Latine edimus, quoniam linguam Latinam quam permulti mortuam reputant magni pretii habemus.

    04/01/2004 - 05/01/2004

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